Someone's actions may seem too abrupt today, stirring up old feelings of abandonment. But your current sense of rejection might be more connected to your past than to the present moment. It's possible that others are just as emotionally overwhelmed and frustrated as you because they cannot easily express what's going on in their hearts either. Words are not to be trusted now; however, your behavior clearly tells your story. Take the high road and see who follows.
At about 6:00 am, the phone alarm went off as usual in it's way, just far too early to be comfortable. It is today that I will undergo a procedure to biopsy whatever is going on in my abdomen. I have been very sick for over a year and still no relief. Maybe there will be some answers to be found by invasive surgery. Who knows.
Seven hours after leaving home we returned. I was not told much of what was expected to be done at the hospital. An ultrasound was taken to see what was in m abdomen. It showed that there was nothing out of place worth any surgery. I was then told to get dressed and go home. So, it was a roundabout way to get to home.
We took the bus to the hospital but we left on our electric wheelchairs. It was a long walk from the hospital to the Herongate mall on Walkley road. We went to Food Basics, the Dollar store and finally the pharmacy. We spent a total of four hours shopping in the different stores. And, there was a wait at the pharmacy for some prescriptions to be filled.
From Herongate mall we went to the Billings Bridge mall. There were a few things to buy and no cats to visit at the Pet Store. We did get chicken tenders and fries at the Independent Store. That was a delicious treat for lunch at home. After eating some chicken tenders and fries, we sat at our desks to catch up on the messages of the Internet. After about an hour of time at our desks, we trundled off to bed.
I have returned to my work on the Spitfire. I mounted a wire for a tailwheel. Then, I set about making a tailwheel of wood and a cushioning of Goop glue for a tire. I let the first application of Goop dry before putting on a second coating of Goop to round out the makeshift tire. With some paint, the homemade tire will look presentable,
Time waiting for Goop to dry was used to work on the nose of the Spitfire. I glued layers of balsa wood together to make a wall shaped to the outline of the plastic nose cone. The oval shape was drilled to allow the mounting of four bamboo toothpicks as pins to hold the nose to the fuselage. I had to apply a bit of Liquid Wood filler to refine the shape of the balsa wood wall to fit perfectly to the nose cone. The Wood filler was thinned with a small dribble of coffee and had to be left to dry. It seems that the thinning of the Wood filler was a good idea that worked.